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Murder Mystery

18th October 2019 @ 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm


Play detective at our 1920s murder mystery dinner to discover ‘whodunnit’…
Jeopardy for the Jazz Singer

Set in Sonny’s Speakeasy, Mia Miller is the widow of Sonny Miller who owned the popular Sonny’s Speakeasy. She has been running the joint without him but money has been stolen from the safe and Isabelle Mumford has been called in. Her prime suspect is Gia Marquette – the resident star – who is well past her prime and one the verge of being sacked. Before Isabelle can solve the case, Gia is murdered. But whodunnit? Was it the tempestuous band leader Freddie Thomas? Or the eager ingenue Holly Wells? Could it have been Mia herself or maybe Mia’s long-time confidante and bartender Lou Wilson?

£39 per person to include welcome drink, three course meal and disco, add an overnight stay and full Yorkshire breakfast from just £40 per person.

To book call 01287 611500 or e-mail welcome@gisborough-hall.com




18th October 2019
7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
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Gisborough Hall
Whitby Road
Guisborough, TS14 6PT United Kingdom
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01287 611500

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